Tag Archives: itunes

One Box to Rule Them All

Posted on 07. Jan, 2010 by .


When I think about how many boxes I have connected to my home theatre system, I feel a little ridiculous. There’s the Tivo HD for my cable and time-shifting needs, the Sling Box Pro HD for my location-shifting needs, the Apple T.V. for easy access to iTunes content, and the Blu-ray player for BD’s and DVD’s. But the really sad thing is that even with all of these different boxes and their bundled services, I still don’t feel that I have the kind of control that I want over my media.

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How iTunes Should Manage iPhone Apps

Posted on 23. Feb, 2009 by .


This is still a concept video, but I totally see Apple implementing this technology in the next version of iTunes.

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Best iPhone/iPod Touch Apps

Posted on 03. Dec, 2008 by .


 Apple recently passed the 10,000 apps downloaded from the App Store, which led them to the decision that releasing the stats about the most downloaded apps is a good idea. The apps are split up into categories including Top Paid Apps, Top Free Apps, Top Games (free and paid), Top Social Networking Apps, and many […]

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Genius – Not So Smart

Posted on 11. Sep, 2008 by .


  Apple’s main theme in this past event was music. They launched a new service called Genius, in which with the click of a button you get recommendations to similar songs, and the iPod or iTunes automatically populates a playlist inside your own music collection. The request goes to some fancy algorithm cloud, and it […]

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